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James Carter - live in Melbourne

Page added May 9, 2014 Updated May 15, 2014

Part of our series of live sets that put a focus on the Melbourne International Jazz Festival - James Carter's Organ Trio, recorded in 2013.


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James Carter Organ Trio

James Carter; flute, alto, tenor, soprano
Gerard Gibbs; Hammond B3
Leonard King; drums, vocals

Tracks in this feature

1. 'Chant In The Night' (Bechet)
2. 'Gloria' (Byas)
3. 'Killer Joe' (Golson)
4. 'Nostalgia' (Navarro)
5. 'When Did You Leave Heaven?' (Whiting/Bullock)
6. 'J.C. On The Set' (Carter)

Recorded: June 7, 2013
Melbourne Recital Centre
Engineers: Mal Stanley, Chris Lawson

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May 15, 2014. 9:00pm - 10:30pm

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James Carter, Jim Carter, or Jimmy Carter may refer to: Contents 1 Public officials, 2 Sports, 3 Entertainers, 4 Other uses, Public officials: James Carter (judge) (1805-1878), British jurist in Canada, Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr., born 1924), 39th President of the United States, James Earl Carter, Sr. (1894-1953), father of former US president Jimmy Carter, James G. Carter...

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On May 10, 2014. 6:32am
Anonymous said

James Carter is great!

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